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By Roni Flynn
Our world is engulfed in information. Smartphones, computers, and even TVs all have access to the search engines that we use dozens of times a day without even thinking about it. Even within writing the introduction to this article, I used a search engine twice already. Google, Yahoo, Bing, and many many more allow…Read more »
By Ariana Burr
Down the path of life footsteps are left, however where they lead and where they come from can be intriguing, inspiring, terrifying and saddening. That’s why Warrior Word has decided to start a column interviewing the students and notable alumni from Edmonds Woodway. If one of the readers would like to tell their story or they know a remarkableRead more »
By: Emelia Persell
Just over a year ago, President Trump took office. In defiance, women took to the streets in protest, and the tradition of the Women’s March began. On January 21st, 2017, in Washington DC, people congregated to protest President Trump, his policies, and the allegations of sexual harassment directed towards…Read more
By Cameron Anderson
*Spoiler Alert- This review contains minor spoilers for Star Wars, The Last Jedi*
When the Force Awakens came out in 2015, it ended with Rey handing Luke’s lightsaber to him. The Last Jedi starts right where the last movie ends. Rey hands him the lightsaber, the music lifts to sound dramatic, Luke takes the lightsaber, looks at it and looks back at Rey. Now the music is all dramatic. The next movie begins right at that moment.Read more
By Roni Flynn
Our world is engulfed in information. Smartphones, computers, and even TVs all have access to the search engines that we use dozens of times a day without even thinking about it. Even within writing the introduction to this article, I used a search engine twice already. Google, Yahoo, Bing, and many many more allow…Read more
By Graham Everhart
You think, therefore you are, but are you who you think you are? You may be an intelligent arrangement of random particles called a Boltzmann Brain. The existence of Boltzmann Brains remains one of the strangest unsolved problems in cosmology today…Read more
By Sam Schwartz
Words should mean things. Let me explain.
Take mission statements, those corporate-slime covered, oh-so-saccharine sentences that find their way onto business cards and the weird brochures that companies have to advertise themselves. While there are a few mission statements that have managed to evade this coating of syrupy hogwash, most are nothing more than…Read more
By Roni Flynn
Our next teacher is Ms. Bryson! She teaches Spanish 1, 2, and 3 here at Edmonds Woodway.
Roni: What is the funniest thing a student has said to you?
Ms. Bryson: It changes on a daily basis. I’ve had students ask things like “How do you say taco in spanish?” or “Is Mexico part of the United States?”Read more